Employer Records disclaimer

Employer Records disclaimer

Disclaimer and privacy considerations for use of employer claims and occupational fatality records.


The reports in this database contain employer-specific data on lost-time claims and disabling injury claims and fatalities as reported to the Workers’ Compensation Board–Alberta (WCB). The data presented in the reports include employers who are required to have WCB accounts. Alberta Labour calculates and provides lost-time and disabling injury claim rates upon the formulas listed here.

The information provided in the reports is solely for the user’s information and convenience and, while thought to be accurate and functional, it’s provided without warranty of any kind. It’s the responsibility of the user to scrutinize, analyze, interpret, and apply the information properly for any intended purpose.

The user is further advised to review the Terms of use for further information on the proper use of the reports. The Crown, its agents, employees or contractors will not be liable to the user for any damages, direct or indirect, arising out of use of the information contained in the reports.

Alberta Labour strives to ensure the information contained within the reports is accurate. Each report provides a 5-year snapshot at the employer level. All data in these reports are drawn from information reported to the WCB by March 31, 2016.

If you have any concern regarding the information contained within the reports, contact the OHS Contact Centre.


The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP) provides a right of access to records held by public bodies. At the same time, it protects the personal privacy of Albertans by controlling the manner in which a public body manages their personal information.

The Occupational Health and Safety Act in Section 28.1 states:

“The Minister may, in order to enhance the protection of workers and the prevention of work site injuries by encouraging good and discouraging bad work site safety records,

  1. establish indices and measurements of work site injury prevention,
  2. maintain a register consisting of the names of employers and their performance, as determined by the Minister, in relation to those indices and measurements,
  3. publish, or authorize a department or agency of the Government or any other entity to publish, the information contained in that register, and
  4. collect any information needed for that register from another public body that provides the information to the Minister.”

Alberta Labour applies confidentiality rules to all data that are released or published, to prevent the publication or disclosure of any information deemed confidential. For more information, please refer to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and to Alberta Labour’s privacy commitment.

Modified: 2016-09-23
PID: 15363

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